Unlike most previous grand jury witnesses, Ms. Willey arrived at the courthouse and departed with the prosecutors, an apparent sign that she is cooperating with the Government. She was accompanied by her son, John Patrick Willey, 25, who cryptically identified himself to reporters as ”the sausage king of Chicago.” He did not elaborate.

This is from a front page article in the March 11, 1998 edition of the New York Times in an article about Kathleen Willey’s grand jury testimony in Kenneth Starr’s investigation of President Bill Clinton.

Hmm…I thought Abe Frohman was the sausage king of Chicago. RIP John Hughes.

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